Preparing for the Winter? Try These Helpful Heating Tips

Don't forget to prepare your heating system for the winter. Try these HVAC and furnace maintenance tips to prevent future problems.

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Preparing for the Winter? Try These Helpful Heating Tips

Getting your heating system ready for the winter is a big task. But with the right tips, you can do it easily. Last winter was the worst time of the year for my family. Our heating system broke down and left the home freezing cold. We actually created our problem because we didn't check our furnace for issues in the fall. By the time the temperatures dropped a few months later, it was too late to repair the furnace. Instead, we had to replace it. My blog helps you avoid this problem. I offer tips on how to prepare your heating system for the upcoming winter, as well as maintenance tips you can use if it breaks down. Thanks for stopping by.

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Geothermal Heat Pumps 101: Can You Benefit From This Style Of Heating And Cooling System?

22 October 2015
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Keeping your home warm during the winter and cool during the summer can be expensive. While many homeowners accomplish this with a standard HVAC system that consists of a furnace and air conditioning unit, there is another option. A geothermal heat pump can be used either alone or in conjunction with a standard HVAC system to reduce your energy costs and keep your home for comfortable. Here's what you need to know about heat pumps to determine if one is right for you. Read More …

A Little Attention Gets You A Lot More Life From Your Home Air Conditioner

22 October 2015
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There are few maintenance tasks that a homeowner can do on their air conditioning system. A few minutes of attention every month in the summer will keep your AC running efficiently. Here is what you can do to get the most life from your home AC system. Regular Filter Changes This is a basic task that many homeowners know about, but should you forget, your AC will suffer. Your AC pulls air in from your house through the filter before the air goes to the cooling unit. Read More …